Play the “Face Game.” That’s where someone calls out an emotion — such as mad, or sad, or over-the-top-glad — and everyone has to make the face that was named.
With each emotion named, ask this follow-up question: What could happen that would cause you to make that face?
When the “scared” emotion gets named, and everyone has shared something that causes fear, ask these additional questions:
- Why do you suppose that your Sunday’s Cool classes this month have compared Goliath to a problem that you’ve faced?
- How would it look like if you used faith in God to face your fear?
- David’s experience protecting his sheep helped him to know that he could face Goliath. What would help you to have a stronger faith in God?
Games are a great way to open up to faith conversation with your family. Give it a try.
Faces are in the Public Domain, offered via Pixabay.com.
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